31. December 2008 05:58
Some people say they prefer to shoot a slower arrow. I guess they feel a slow arrow is more accurate. That may have been true when using some of the rough-tuning bows and big-bladed broadheads of the 1990s, but it is not true today.
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Other than making the bow quieter, I don’t see any advantage to shooting a slow arrow now. I have compiled the four biggest reasons why a faster arrow is a better arrow.